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BFI 55th London Film Festival: ‘Early One Morning’ builds slowly towards an inevitable but still shocking conclusion

9 October 2011 7:30 PM, PDT | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

Early One Morning / De Bon Matin

Writer/Director: Jean-Marc Moutout

2010, France / Belgium

Are work-related problems driving you over the edge? Just minutes into Jean-Marc Moutout’s Early One Morning, a middle-aged businessman starts his day by coolly gunning down a couple of colleagues. As the killer waits quietly in his office, Moutout spends the next 90 minutes explaining what drove him to this shocking act of violence.

With its focus on the ongoing banking crisis and workplace stress, Early One Morning could have been conceived as a scathing satire or a pitch-black comedy. Instead Moutout, who also made the workplace drama Work Hard, Play Hard (2003), has taken the serious approach. What follows is a sad, thought-provoking but never mawkish story about the unravelling life of middle-aged bank executive Paul Wertret (superbly played by Jean-Pierre Darroussin).

The film begins with Paul’s meticulous preparations for what will be his final morning at Bicf in Annecy, »

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